Planning for Your Cabinet Painting Project
Cabinet painting is a great way to add value to your home. New paint can spruce up any room, so it is considered a worthwhile home improvement endeavor. But, careful planning is necessary to ensure that you get the look and feel you desire.
The planning process in cabinet painting involves many steps. Each step will help determine the outcome of the project. Our expert cabinet painters who have been working in the industry for a long time have been trained to follow each vital step in planning so that each project will achieve perfection.
Why Paint Cabinets?
Our Cabinet Painting and Other Services
Kitchen Cabinet Painting
Give your kitchen a fresh, new look with our professional painters. No matter what style you’re looking for we can create it!
We’re committed to ensuring that your cabinets retain their originality, which is why we’ll always keep any existing woodwork when restoring. Our team will restore your cabinets to give them a timeless look with today’s modern interiors!
Why not protect your beautiful wood against wear and tear with a highly durable color? We stain it so you can enjoy the beauty for years.
How Much Does it Cost to Paint Kitchen Cabinets?
Kind Home Solutions Cabinet Painting Process
Step 1: Prep
We need an enclosed area where our team can work without any distractions or dangers outside their normal duties in order for them get done as quickly possible so that no one is left waiting.
Step 2: Cleaning
We’ll take everything apart and clean it nicely before we move on to step 3.
Step 3: Sanding
We’re giving all of the doors and drawers a light sanding to create a smooth surface for prime and paint.
Step 4: Priming
You can’t go wrong with a smooth finish. That’s why we do two coats of top-grade primer before painting any surface! In between each application, light sanding and cleaning are done for the finest results you’re looking for in your home or business.
Step 5: Painting
We use Sherwin Williams Emerald Urethane Trim Enamel for our high-grade products, which are designed to be applied specifically on cabinets.
Step 6: Reassemble & Clean-Up
The final step in our process is to reassemble your new kitchen with all of its hardware, and then we’ll clean up any mess from installation.